Concentration camps are prison camps in which members
of minority groups, political enemies or people of physical
irregularity are kept. In most cases it is a permanent
imprisonment. The concentration camps of Hitler’s era and of
the Nazi regime are normally associated with mass death,
torture and gruesome scientific experimentation. In
reference to the Holocaust, about three fourths of the
prisoners were killed never seeing freedom again.
The first concentration camps were set up
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